Designing an unforgettable experience on every platform. This is what we do, every day. It starts with your school and everything that makes it unique. From there, we perform a stakeholder analysis, create colour palettes, mood boards and even create wireframes to build a structure that works for you. Everything is tailored to create a truly bespoke website, where every pixel has a purpose.
Building a brand - from concept to creation - around you, and everything that makes you unique. Whether you are looking to refresh your school logo or opting for complete rebranding services, our experienced team can help. From signage and newsletter templates to school brochure design - we've branded it all.
Following the success of our school 'News and Events' App that integrates with our very our content management system, e4education are now working on a series of new Apps to help the education sector. The first is ClassView, an app that helps teachers organise their classroom and create beautiful seating plans.
They have the highest aspirations for all children, students and staff who are able to enjoy learning in a safe and inclusive environment.
A unique design which captures the essence of the school, in particular the "What the girls say" feature is wonderful
Leading Learning Forward TSA consists of partner organisations from across North Lincolnshire and beyond with St Hugh's Communication and Interaction Specialist College as the lead Teaching School, North Lincolnshire Local Authority as the lead Strategic Partner and Bishop Grosseteste University as the lead Higher Education Institution (HEI).
The School grounds are an important part of Wordsworth School. They have spacious attractive grounds which are continually being developed.
Beautiful photography, amazing virtual tours and a stunning responsive website design
At Gunthorpe Primary School, they constantly strive to provide the best education possible for their pupils.
They are an 11 to 18 mixed comprehensive school situated in Ruislip with a thriving and vibrant community of 1250 students and 150 staff. Over 300 of their students are in the Sixth Form. They achieve well in public examinations and also when value added measures are used.
The Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School believes in education for all. They aim to achieve this in a caring Catholic community based on the Gospel values of equality and justice.
The Ferrers School has a simple yet important mission – to support their students in being the very best they can be. This extends to all they do with them whilst at school: academically; in sport; in the arts. They want all their students to aim to be the best they can, to succeed in reaching ambitious goals and then to celebrate their success – to aspire, achieve, acclaim.
Holland Junior School was built in 1972 as a Middle School and then converted to be one of two Junior Schools serving the Holland, Hurst Green and Oxted area.
St Margaret's Lee is a one-form entry school (one class per year group), with a nursery providing part-time places for three- to four-year-olds.
At Park Hall Academy their aim is to help students to reach the very highest standards of excellence and to meet each individual's academic, personal and social needs.
Notre Dame High School came into existence in 1864 when the Sisters of Notre Dame arrived in Norwich to teach their first seven students. From this small beginning they have grown and now have approximately 1400 pupils aged 11 – 18, of whom 355 are studying in the 6th Form.
The King’s School is a selective school that admits boys from the age of eleven. The School educates students from Grantham and beyond, with a significant proportion living within three miles of them, thereby helping to maintain a strong community aspect.